Apple is believed to preparing to unveil the next-generation iPhone in September, and ahead of the event, several prototype "dummy" units have been photographed and posted across the web.
Apple is said to be sticking with the same sizing lineup: a 4.7-inch model and 5.5-inch model.
The biggest change to the iPhone 7 is the camera, as the overall design looks very similar to the iPhone 6s. The dummy units show a protruding camera that is larger, but it's not clear what megapixel or resolution the improved camera may have.
The Plus version of the iPhone 7 is said to feature a dual-camera. It's not clear what resolution the cameras will pack.
Apple is believed to be getting rid of the antenna lines previously seen on the iPhone 6s to give the iPhone 7 a cleaner look.
In a controversial move, Apple may remove the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, as it looks to move people to its Lightning accessory port.
Both models will have a home button that responds to pressure with a vibrating sensation on the finger, rather than a physical home button like on current models, according to Bloomberg.
The new iPhones will ship with iOS 10, Apple's redesigned mobile operating system that includes an overhaul to parts of the operating system, including Apple Maps and Messages.
Some rumors have called for the larger iPhone 7 to carry a Smart Connector port, like the iPad Pro, for improved functionality with accessories.